This project was designed as a way of artists collaborating over long distances.
Each artist recorded a bed or background for the other artist to record over, with the artist completing the work naming the track and both agreeing on the title of the release.
Clinton Green (Undecisive God) and Andrew Kettle (Kettle) have not met when this project was completed in 2000. All correspondence took place by email. Undecisive God was a purely analogue artist at the time, whilst Kettles design is confined to the digital. The title Digilogue is a morphing of these two techniques.
Sample credits for The Mundane and the Stark
Om Namah Shivaya Muktananda and Group
-Musica Ricerata, II Gyorgy Ligeti, piano Dominic